Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Portiragnes, Occitanie, France. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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4 based on 232 reviews
We visited this restaurant on a Saturday evening after having read some good reviews but unfortunately, we were less than impressed. The restaurant was 75% full, mainly with locals, which we thought would be a good sign however, when our food arrived it was served on cold plates, one of our wine glasses had a cobweb in it and, worst of all, the waitress, who had long hair, kept messing with this between serving dishes, hardly hygienic! The Coteaux de Languedoc however was excellent.
4 based on 520 reviews
Over 2 hours of waiting: First 15 min just to get the menu, then 30 min for "entree", then 1h:15 min for "plat". On the question "how long more do we have to wait" manager told me that "your are not only one in the restaurant".When we decided to pay for "entree" and leave, same manager told as that we have to wait, otherwise he will call the cops.About food - it's hard to say. Because of waiting and manager we could not enjoy our meals.
4 based on 186 reviews
We had spotted this funky-looking place while walking around the town and decided to book a table for the evening of the 14th July before the fireworks. We were glad we got a chance to sample the delicious food including local specialties and friendly service. The children's menu was the best around with the seafood liguini a big hit with our 11-year old. We highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for good food and service in pleasant surroundings.
4 based on 763 reviews
We actually had a great meal here. It is one of the many tourist trap restaurants in Valras-Plage but we had a really good meal. My daughter had a pizza that was average, the boys shared a burger that was good and my wife and I each had a dish of mixed fish that was excellent. The service was absolutely fantastic and the girl that served us could not have been friendlier and more helpful. The puddings were great too and my wife and I shared the brioche (sweet and tasty) and the kids' banana split was huge! On the down side there is only one toilet so you might have to queue. There is seating indoors and out in the street in a covered area.
4 based on 101 reviews
If you like fish you will love this place. A Fish Shop by day and a Fish Restaurant by night. Fresh and local produce cooked to perfection and served well. A lovely location in a quiet street just behind the Promanade in Serignan. It is a little pricey but well worth the money.
4 based on 604 reviews
We discovered this restaurant last year, when on holiday in Valras. We had loved it so much last year, we had returned a second time and have posted an enthusiastic review too. So no wonder this was the first restaurant we booked on our return to Valras this August. We had been looking forward to taking our family there and booked a table for seven - four adults and three children (6-8). We had booked for 19:30 and we arrived in good time. We were seated at good table by the window. As we'd arrived just as the restaurant was opening, only a handful of tables were occupied. Still, it took over 10 minutes before someone arrived with the menu - not a good start - and even longer before we were able to order some drinks. A full half an hour had passed by the time our food order was taken. By then (8pm), the place was filling up quickly. We had not paid attention to the kids menu last year because our son really loves fish and we had ordered a la carte for him. However, the other two children did not care for fish and had to go with the kids menu which only gave a choice between a burger steak (burger without the bun) and chips or chicken nuggets and chips. Both kiddies opted for the nuggets and for our son we ordered salmon a la carte. I asked if it would be possible for my son's food to be brought to the table together with the other to kids' meals and that the kids should be given priority and was assured that would happen.The rest of us opted for the fixed menus. Can't remember exactly what everyone had, I for one, went with the 24 euros one: starter + main course + desert. The point is that our starters arrived around 8:30pm. We asked if the kids' food was coming and we were assured it was. It felt very strange to be sitting there with plates full of food while the kids were staring into their empty apple juice glasses. We eventually started to eat and I did feed the boys with bits of gesiers from my salad. The staff were scarce on the restaurant floor and it took a while before we were able to ask anyone if the kids' food was coming. We were assured it was. Around 8:50pm my son's salmon arrived at the table and he started eating. It was another 15 minutes or so before the damned nuggets and fries arrived. I was actually horrified when I helped my nephew cut his nuggets: they looked grey and spongy inside. I mean, nuggets don't have the reputation of being healthy or anything of the sort but I have seen much better quality before. It was horrific and not something I would consider letting my child eat. I will not comment on the quality of the food served to us adults or to my son, that was as good as last year. However, it is a right shame for a place that serves food of good quality and is clearly sought by food lovers to offer such poor choice and quality to children! I could not sit there enjoying my lovely food while feeding the children something that looked like a dishwashing sponge covered in greasy fried batter. And it was priced at 8.90 euros as it came with a schtroumf shaped ice-cream. Our son got the ice-cream too and because he had been eating a la carte, we got charged 5.50 for the ice-cream. Had we known, we would have ordered him one of the deserts on the a la carte menu rather than have him eat that pre-packed ice-cream. We just thought it would be nice to let him have what his cousins had. To cut a long story short - and it was a long painful night with long periods waiting for food to arrive - we eventually took the kids out of the restaurant at 10:30pm while my husband and my father-in-law waited for the bill. There were issues with that too as not only were we charged 5.5 euros for that ice-cream for my son but they had added a third bottle of house wine to the bill. We had only ordered two, since we had had sangria for starters. One would have thought that there would be an apology for the mess-up with the children's food or anything but NO, no apology was offered. Funny thing was, the person who took our order was actually the owner's mother. While taking the kids to the toilet I saw Ludo was working in the kitchen that night and overheard him telling the lady who had taken our orders "Mother, I told you before, the kids menus go with the starters. You didn't write them down with the starters." This was before the food eventually arrived and I really expected an apology or something but nothing was said. For the record, my family are French and I am proficient in the language and both the kids and I heard what was being said in the kitchen - one has to wait by the kitchen when queuing for the toilets. So, would we be going back? Hell no! We had been so looking forward to spending a nice evening with our family and it was completely ruined by the very long wait, by having our food served while the children had to wait for so long for theirs, by the quality - or lack of! - of the children's menu, by the wait for the bill and the errors on the bill, by the lack of graciousness in failing to at least apologise (an apology can go a long way, even when it's not heartfelt). I would suggest to the owners to research other kids' menus in Valras. For example, a less pretentious restaurant, Le Charmy, offers a choice of: burger without the bun and fries, chicken nuggets and fries, pizza or moules & frites + drink (apple juice included) + ice-cream or chocolate tart for 7.90 Euros.
4 based on 432 reviews
Toute l'Ã©quipe du Chiringuito Vias plage vous accueille pour un moment inoubliable les pieds dans le sable en famille ou entre amis, laissez vous sÃ©duire pour le calme et la douceur de ce lieu unique. Une cuisine raffinÃ©e et estivale basÃ©e sur des produit
Pop up on Vias plage - sitting by sea undercover whilst rained in white weatherboard atmospherically decorated restaurant. Great service and tasty food- I had Brochette of cod with herby mash potatoes. I ate the lot - friend had the duck (still too much meat even though cooked just right compared to veg and potatoes). Pleased we returned.
4 based on 298 reviews
Lovely casual restaurant. All the fish and seafood so very fresh. Staff are very hospitable, friendly and efficient. Sunsets are magnificent. A bit pricey, yes, but such good quality
5 based on 137 reviews
Comptoir Ã Coquillages et Poissons Vente au dÃ©tail Plateaux de fruit de mer Restaurations RÃ©servation, place assise, salle climatisÃ©e, terrasse
Our hotel recommended this place, we were not disappointed. We went early. Most ppl had the oysters etc but we had the menu. Tuna was lovely and our calamari was good too. The chips were nice too, they looked home made. The portions are massive so I struggled to finish the tuna and the chips. Food was lovely and the place is welcoming. It has outside and inside seating.
4 based on 970 reviews
Superb new Restaurant, Bar and Hotel in this charming village on the Canal du Midi specialising in wonderful fresh fish.
I visited this restaurant on recommendation from my local B&B hosts. Making a reservation is essential as it is popular with the locals.At dinner time they only had a choice between theee different types of set menus where you can choose between various options for starters, main and dessert. I had the most amazingly fresh oysters, a pan fried cod dish with a number of vegetables and a peach melba. Each dish was stunningly tasty and well presented and I must say it was a most satisfying dinner.Service was relatively quick but I arrived before all the tables filled up (even at 9pm all tables were full and more people were coming in). The wait staff were cheerful and despite only speaking very limited English, managed to serve me without issues. I used my extremely limited understanding of French and google translate to fill the gaps. They didnât have English menus but that was not an issue as the wait staff that did speak English will explain things where necessary.This is a restaurant not to be missed if you are anywhere nearby in places such as Beziers, Serignan, Portiragnes, Agde etc or passing by on a boat on the canal midi.
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